Eight for Silver comes to Blu-ray and DVD from 30th January Continue reading
Tag Archives: horror
The Last of Us review [Episodes 1 and 2 – Spoiler Free]
An inspired TV adaptation that knows what made the original game resonate… Continue reading
Watch: Terrifying first red-band trailer for Evil Dead Rise
Evil Dead Rise is set to be released in UK cinemas on 21 April 2023 Continue reading
Cursed Images: The six scariest moments in J-horror!
Ju-on: The Grudge Collection is available now on UHD & Blu-ray from Arrow Video Continue reading
Something In The Dirt review: Dirs. Aaron Moorhead, Justin Benson
Something in the Dirt in UK Cinemas now, and on Digital Download and Blu-ray from 5th December, from Lightbulb Film Distribution Continue reading
Ten of the Best Horror Film Debuts
Two Witches is available on Blu-ray from Arrow Video now Continue reading
Nope review: Dir. Jordan Peele (2022)
A disturbing and inventive sci-fi thriller that’s big on unsettling social commentary… Continue reading
The Everlasting Club review: Dir. Joy Wilkinson [Short Film]
An elegant piece of minimalist horror… Continue reading
First trailer for Shining Vale, a new horror-comedy series starring Courtney Cox, Greg Kinnear and Mira Sorvino
Shining Vale brings back the comedy-horror but in the realms of a dramedy, check out the first trailer! Continue reading
Horror in the Mall: 8 of the best chillers!
PHANTOM OF THE MALL: ERIC’S REVENGE is available now on Limited Edition Blu-ray courtesy of Arrow Video Continue reading
The Family That Slays Together Stays Together: The Hills Have Eyes comes to 4K UHD!
A family runs into trouble when their campervan breaks down in the middle of the desert, leaving them at the mercy of a clan of cannibals lurking in the surrounding hills. Continue reading
Halloween Kills review: Dir. David Gordon Green (2021)
If you see one film at the cinema this Halloween… Continue reading
Antebellum Blu-ray review: Dir. Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz (2021)
Available now on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD… Continue reading
Censor review: Dir. Prano Bailey-Bond (2021)
A cross between Berberian Sound Studio and Saint Maud, it manages to accurately depict the hysteria surrounding the video nasties and serve as a faithful homage to the films themselves. Continue reading
Nia DaCosta’s #Candyman latest trailer is well worth watching, and new stills have arrived for this spiritual horror sequel!
For as long as residents can remember, the housing projects of Chicago’s Cabrini-Green neighborhood were terrorised by a word-of-mouth ghost story about a supernatural killer with a hook for a hand… Continue reading